Utah Notice of Commencement, Private Works
Notice of Commencement-Private Works
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Document Title: Notice of the Commencement of Furnishing Labor, Materials or Equipment.
Scope: State of Utah, Private Works
Time Constraints: A Utah Notice of the Commencement of Furnishing Labor, Materials or Equipment must be prepared and served on the owners, general contractors and sureties by personal service or certified mail within 20 days after the first furnishing of labor, materials or service.
This notice is actually only required if a Notice of Commencement has been filed by the owner or general contractor. However, to prevent problems we strongly urge you to serve notice in any case.
Information Requirements: The information required by program and whether you intend to send an owner cover letter.
Form Types: Notice of Commencement of Furnishing Labor, Materials or Equipment, Exhibits A-D (if needed) and Owner Letter (if used).
Procedures: Enter the program data, including Additional Legal Parties or Releases for Other Companies. Copies of all of the forms (less the Owner Cover Letter and the Recorder Letter) must be sent to all legal owners, all general contractors and all sureties. Sending a copy to your customer is optional (unless they are the owners, general contractors, lenders or sureties).
When in doubt, file your lien claim immediately.
Important: If you fail to prepare and serve your Preliminary Notice within the time constraints listed above after first furnishing of labor, materials or service, you will lose your right to lien.
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